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Arab Health is a healthcare conference and trade show in the Middle East.[1] It first took place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates in 1975. Healthcare industry representatives attend from the Middle East, Asia, Europe and the US.

Arab Health
Status Active
Genre Healthcare
Venue Dubai International Convention Centre
Location(s) Dubai
Country United Arab Emirates
Inaugurated 1975
Most recent January 2016
Next event January 2017
Attendance 115,000 (2016)
Organized by Informa Exhibitions
Website
www.arabhealthonline.com

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Exhibition and congressEdit

Established 42 years ago, Arab Health provides a platform for the world’s leading manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors to meet the medical and scientific community in the Middle East and subcontinent. The Arab Health Congress is reputed for delivering the highest quality programme of Continuing Medical Education (CME) to medical professionals in the region. Attended by more than 13,000 delegates from around the globe, the conference programmes bring a global appeal with international speakers covering a broad spectrum of medical specialties and disciplines.

The congress is one of the world's largest medical conferences.[2]

Arab Health is supported by the UAE Ministry of Health, the Abu Dhabi Health Authority, the Dubai Health Authority and the Dubai Healthcare City Authority.

MEDLABEdit

MEDLAB Middle East is the world's largest attended laboratory & IVD exhibition and conference in the world. The event take place from 6-9 February 2017 at Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre.

AwardsEdit

Awards are given for innovation and achievement in the industry. They include awards for radiology, surgery, laboratory work, patient-centred care, and clinicians.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Cooper, Rachel (15 January 2012). "Life science firms Middle East-bound". The Telegraph. Retrieved 22 November 2014. 
  2. ^ Sahoo, Sananda (25 January 2014). "Arab Health shapes up robustly". The National. Abu Dhabi Media. Retrieved 22 November 2014.